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Does This Look Infected? Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 26 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B00008G87V
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (603 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #111,969 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Hell Song
2. Over My Head (Better Off Dead)
3. My Direction
4. Still Waiting
5. A.N.I.C.
6. No Brains
7. All Messed Up
8. Mr. Amsterdam
9. Thanks For Nothing
10. Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condrioid
11. Billy Spleen
12. Hooch


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JuLz on Jan. 8 2003
Format: Audio CD
This CD is the greatest. Every song is a good song. It's one of those CDs that I can listen through the whole thing without wanting to skip a song. I love it. This is their best CD yet!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By drinkyourguinness on April 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
First off this band sucks, not punk, not alternative, its...POP. This band is another reason to blame canada. Anyways, don't buy this album, buy some decent music like The dillinger escape plan, or minor threat, or the dead kennedys.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Roberts on April 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
Words cannot express the regret I feel for ever handing money over to the cashier for this CD. Albums like these really (yes, r-e-a-l-l-y, not 'rele', Mr First Reviewer) need to have warnings: "If you appreciate quality music, touch this drivel at your own risk - you might just lose your sense of taste". I got about halfway through the first song, before changing tracks. Another 10 secs of Track 2 and the CD was out of the tray, shining brilliantly as it spun across the room. I do believe it's still under the sofa, gathering dust. Come on boys, learn some new chords, stop yelling, and would it kill you to spend more than 5 minutes on your cover design?
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Format: Audio CD
Following up their blockbuster 2001 album, "All Killer No Filler", was a big challenge for Sum 41, considering the 2001 set had racked up over 2 million copies worldwide and had spawned the super-hit single "Fat Lip" ("In Too Deep" and "Motivation" were singles too, they just weren't that big of hits). Sum 41, however, proved themselves very well on their third album to date, "Does This Look Infected?". This album shows a huge change in Sum 41's sound and lyrics, dodging the more pop/rock sound that made them famous in the first place to go with a more all out metal sound. Their lyrics leave from being a wreckless youth and crashing parties to challenging politics and talking about how bad/good life can sometimes be. This new sound made me very happy with the new album, and made me want more of this incredible album.
No doubt the first single off the album, "Still Waiting", is one of the most political on the album. "What have we done/with a war that can't be won...", is just one of the many political backlashes featured on this track. Tracks like the more uplifting (or maybe not), "My Direction" make a very factual point about teenage suicide being one of the biggest causes of death in Canada and the United States while still keeping it closer to personal life ("i just know that life's not so bad.."). Some of the most addictive tracks on the album, however, are the all out rock tracks like "Over My Head (Better Off Dead" (i really hope this is the next single) and "No Brains" (this site has it listed as "Yesterday.com"). "The Hell Song" isn't as addictive as others but still brings the new rock formula to carry out a good track.
Though some of the harder rock tracks are very nice, some of the still punk/pop kind of tracks also fit in nicely ("All Messed Up", for instance).
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By A Customer on July 7 2005
Format: Audio CD
Wow this is not punk but more metal. Either way I still love this CD. It deserves to be played loud (really loud) and I would only skip a couple of tracks. Below I've rated all the tracks.
1. Hell Song - Awesome! Love the guitar in this song 9/10
2. Over My Head - What can I say about this song other than it's the 2nd best on the CD 10/10
3. My Direction - Hate this song. So annoying 4/10
4. A.N.I.C - I love this song, its hilarious! A 37 second song filled with profanity. It could have been longer though 9/10
5. Still Waiting - Best song on the CD!! There is a funny video for this song too 10/10
6. No Brains - 3rd best song on the CD!! It's different from there other ones 10/10
7. All Messed Up - Meh? Don't really like this song but I'll give it 6/10
8. Mr. Amsterdam - This songs alright. I like the guitar in this song. 8/10
9. Thanks For Nothing - Cool song. I love the beginning and when Steve sings in this song. 9/10
10. Hyper-Insomnia.. - 4th best on the CD!! Love everything about this song. 10/10
11. Billy Spleen - 5th best on the CD!! I love the line "On top of this bullsh$t, I don't want to hear" 10/10
12. Hooch - This songs alright but it gets a little slow at the end. Still a great song. 8/10
Overall this CD is amazing and you should buy it because if you don't i will kill you!
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Format: Audio CD
I agree with Mortimer 100%...Sum 41 isn't punk it's more rock then punk.There are not my favorite band but i still think they do good jobs on their cd's,i don't like all their songs but i would never consiter them punky.
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Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately, Kevin is right about a lot of things. Punk is supposed to be all about being different, lashing out at society's ills, all that stuff. It just doesn't work when every song is about not conforming (a line I love is from Thanks for Nothing, "I wont....waste my time with further education".. yeah, being able to earn more than minimum wage when you grow up is a real waste of time.. heh)
While I'm a fan of thrashy music and all.. Sum 41 keeps trying too hard to be "punk". If you're "punk", you are punk from the moment your band is formed. Not after your third album from a major label. They're just grasping for straws now.
Anyway, this is the first album thats really made me take notice of them. Its a decent album, but the politics of the situation make it seem slightly tarnished.
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